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We were lucky to be in Rochester to attend the Eastman School of Music Graduation ceremony, just when the world famous Lilac Festival was in full swing. Tons of people there enjoying the food and drink pavilions, and open air art show and the magnificent...More
When in need to escape, this is the place I run to. A little Conservatory at Highland Park.an oasis in the middle of the city.
Open year round, except Christmas Day, it showcases seasonal plants as well as permanent ones, like the Cacti.
Went twice this week to visit with family members, including children from 2 to 8. First visit on Sunday was a delight. We were welcomed right away, peeked at baby quails at eye level on counter, and proceeded to stroll along path through lush botanical...More
Unfortunately I picked a cold and windy day to visit and the ouside trees and other plants were still in winter hibernation mode. But, the Conservatory was nice, not to big but well done inside.It had a beautiful spring flower section with Tulips, daffodils, hyacinths,...More
The conservatory is an oasis in the winter with a desert house, tropical house, and temperate house. Small and well-run. Buffalo's is much larger and more spectacular, but Lamberton is closer to home for me. The park has beautiful scenic views and good sledding hills....More
Such a little gem. The path wanders through different climates from the tropics to the desert. And surprise-there's animals! Turtles, tortoises, and an adopted duck! Be on the lookout for the tiny quail so cute. $3 what a deal...
Always a wide range of interesting plants to see and to sit near. A quite place to just be with nature and get a sense of the good work of conservation. At Christmas there is an incredible display of poinsettia - 23 varieties to be...More
My 2 1/2 year old has such a fun time exploring and running around here! It’s incredible affordable and definitely a different type of activity, especially for the colder weather. We typically spend about 45 minutes here and love seeing the turtles and quail wander...More